Dr. Rose is the Associate Director of the Anxiety and Depression Research Center (ADRC), and is also a Researcher in the Department of Psychology, and an Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA. He is currently principal investigator on two NASA-funded studies: The UCLA-NASA Asynchronous Behavioral Health Techniques Study that tests the efficacy and acceptability of self-guided transdiagnostic online CBT program in comparison to videoconference delivered treatment for stress, anxiety and depression in a sample of UCLA Health faculty and residents, and students. The NASA-JSC SMART-OP study investigates the effectiveness of a self-guided, multimedia stress management and resilience-training program (SMART-OP) with a sample flight and mission controllers, at Johnson Space Center in Houston. Dr. Rose serves as co-I on the Reaching Independence Through Successful Employment Study (RISE), which works in collaboration with Jewish Vocational Services (JVS) to evaluate the effects of computer-assisted treatment for social anxiety. Dr. Rose is also part of the team overseeing the delivery of treatment in the UCLA Depression Grand Challenge (DGC). Prior to coming to UCLA, Dr. Rose completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Dartmouth Medical School in Anxiety Disorders and Behavioral Medicine and received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Hofstra University. His research interests include incorporating technology to train clinicians and clients to apply evidenced-based approaches (e.g., CBT) to manage anxiety, stress, and depression and achieve peak performance through building resilience. Dr. Rose has a private practice specializing in treating anxiety, stress, and related disorders, and in training resilience in Los Angeles, CA.